04 April, 2019
Defeat came just over two weeks after United lost 2-1 in the FA Cup quarter-final at Molineux.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted Manchester United can not afford many more slip ups in the race for the top four after a 2-1 defeat to Wolves.
"We will use one or two days to analyse and recover and then we will prepare for Barcelona, which will be a fantastic challenge for the club", said Solskjaer, who scored a famous injury-time victor in United's 1999 Champions League triumph.
The key moment in the game was Young's sending-off, with the United captain the recipient of referee Mike Dean's 100th Premier League red card.
"But once you get yourself in a situation where your top players are thinking about going elsewhere because they see more attractive clubs wanting to sign them, better financial terms available elsewhere, which is the case with De Gea and would be the case with Pogba, and you as a club are struggling to even play Champions League, never mind compete for a domestic title, it becomes tough to convince these players to stay".
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"There are players who need to move on if Ole wants to rebuild", Ince said in his PaddyPower column. It was a very good performance until they scored their second goal.
"I think we played some fantastic stuff, first 20 minutes we should have been two or three up and I'm not exaggerating". And we created our own downfall really.
Solskjaer added: "When you're on a yellow you're always in danger if you go down, it's a yellow card".
Boss Nuno Espirito Santo picked his strongest side despite their Wembley trip and insisted he did not consider resting players. He gave us a goal threat, energy and legs - very pleased with him.
"The preparation for the next game starts tomorrow". If there's one thing I can complain about it is being more clinical. To do it twice makes the effort worthwhile.